[Footnotes]

2
de Camp 1968
Ginger 1958
Scopes 1989
3
de Camp 1968
Scopes 1989
Moore 1998a
Scopes & Presley 1967
Mercer 1978
Cornelius 1991
4
Falwell 1981
5
Traylor 1990
Ginger 1958
Cornelius 1997
de Camp 1968
6
de Camp 1968
7
Scopes & Presley 1967
de Camp 1968
de Camp 1968
Ginger 1958
9
Cornelius 1990
10
Scopes & Presley 1967
Susan Epperson, personal communication
11
de Camp 1968
13
Ginger 1958
14
Tennessee House votes to repeal anti-evolution law, 1967
Larson 1989
de Camp 1968
de Camp 1968
15
Ginger (1958)
Marsden (1980)
Cornelius (1991)
Larson (1997).
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Ginger 1958
17
de Camp 1968
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http://talkorigins.org/faqs/racism.html#trott and http:// talkorigins.org/faqs/racism.html#lippard.
19
de Camp 1968
20
Martin 1923
Ginger 1958
22
http://www.iclnet.org/pub/ resources/text/crs/crs-home.html
Robert Kofahl's Handy Dandy Evolution Refuter (1977)
Kelly Segraves' The Creation Explanation: A Scientific Alternative to Evolu- tion (1975).
Overton 1985
Bennetta 1986
Shermer 1997
Moore 1998b
23
Truman J. Moon's Biology for Beginners
Ginger 1958
de Camp 1968
24
Grabiner & Miller 1974
25
Shermer 1997

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